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An apartment on the upper floor costs 23% more

29 September, Milano Finanza

An Italian every three looks for an apartment on the upper floors, although such properties cost on average 23% in comparison with the other houses. Who is happy with living on the first floor will save up to 10%. These are the results taken from an analysis carried out by Immobiliare.it. Especially in Lazio, a house with a view can cost up to 35% more, followed by Lombardy with 28% more the average prices.

Concerning the main cities, in Milan, an apartment on the top floor can cost 22% more, in Rome and Florence 20% more, 13% in Palermo and 8% in Bologna.

Source: Milano Finanza

Translator: Cristina Ambrosi

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